- Sun & Moon Acupuncture15 Pearl Street
Essex Junction, VT 05452
Tue, Fri 9:00am-6:00pm Sat 9:00am-1:00pm Select evenings available Please call for information
Melanie is my answer to any joint pain I have had, knees, legs, and wrists. She also has helped me with my Dry-Eye problem.
Melanie gets to know you, your life-style and nutrition. She gathers your medical history all before beginning the magic of her expertise.
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“Melanie is very thorough. I appreciate the care she takes to make sure she really understands what is ailing you. ”
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“Melanie is a wonderful blend of East and West. She brings the knowledge and care of her nursing background to the ancient technique of acupuncture. It’s a rare yet needed synthesis, ensuring that your care is thorough and holistic in the truest sense of the word. ” -K.S.
Before Melanie, I had only had acupuncture once and I wasn’t too likely to go back. But after having some stress and pain, I decided to go see Melanie for some relief. She spent about 45 minutes with me just going over my health history so she could totally understand... Read more »
“Melanie is a caring, effective practitioner with an intelligent and personalized approach to healing. I highly recommend her. ”
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I have been a patient of Melanie Severo for more than two years. Three years ago, I became very concerned that I had had four bouts of bronchitis over a relatively brief period. Since I was already engaged in care provided through traditional Western medicine and was diligently following my... Read more »
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